Winter can be a tough time of the year for vehicle owners for a number of reasons. Snow and ice often make driving conditions difficult for those who live our part of the country where cold weather marks the winter months. Colder temperatures can also cause engine troubles for those who don’t winterize their vehicles properly. And, in general, getting into a freezing-cold car at the beginning of every day in the winter can be enough to force people to spend their mornings daydreaming about the days of summer or life somewhere more tropical. But there is at least one good thing for vehicle owners in the winter – no hail storms.
Due to the dry air in the atmosphere, thunderstorms don’t form during the winter months, meaning that those who have cars and trucks don’t have to worry about sustaining hail damage. As Penn State notes, the arid and cold conditions of winter means that hail storms cannot form. This means that there’s no need for vehicle owners to seek shelter in garages during the winter – other than to keep from brushing off snow and ice after a winter squall, of course.
Hail can cause extensive damage to the body of a car, riddling it with dents and meaning owners must seek dent repair to get rid of these small bumps to their car’s body. Depending on how bad hail gets, it can really wreak havoc on a vehicle and leave behind hundreds and, in some cases, even thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. While the winter cold and snow may not be your cup of tea, you can at least rest assured that you won’t be subjected to hail damage.
Whether you’re just getting around to addressing hail damage to your vehicle from the summer or need to deal with a dent from a snowbank, stray cart or fender bender, Impact Paintless Dent Repair can take care of your issues. Our team of experts knows dents and can work with any vehicle to remove dents without damaging your car or truck’s paint. Contact the Impact Paintless Dent Repair location nearest you today to learn more or to schedule a service appointment for your vehicle.